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James Snell is a writer whose work has appeared in numerous international publications including The Telegraph, Prospect, National Review, NOW News, Middle East Eye and History Today.

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Book review: Fire and Fury, but little else

09 January, 2018

Book review: Wolff's book purports to be an account of the Trump administration written by someone who roamed the White House without supervision and oversight, writes James Snell.

EU response to Iran protests is weak and disingenuous

02 January, 2018

Comment: When people protest against mass unemployment and corruption, and are met with bullets, the world must be prepared to do more than 'monitor the situation', writes James Snell.

War in 140 characters

20 December, 2017

Book review: Patrikarakos' accessible new book details how the clash of perceptions and battle of narratives have become essential features of modern warfare, writes James Snell.

An endgame in Syria?

29 November, 2017

Comment: Syrians' suffering will continue whether or not Assad is declared the victor, writes James Snell.

As Islamic State knows, to change is to survive

22 November, 2017

Comment: As Islamic State begins its insurgent stage, the way the United States selected and rewarded its partner forces will matter, writes James Snell.

Lifting Syria's regime siege requires more than just words

16 November, 2017

Comment: World leaders have ample evidence that Assad's regime and its allies are besieging civilian populations. They must fight back with more than just words, writes James Snell.

Saudi Arabia's king-in-waiting flexes his muscles

06 November, 2017

Comment: In an extraordinary sweep of events this weekend, Saudi Crown Prince bin Salman moved to consolidate his power, showing himself an ambitious and ruthless future king, writes James Snell.

The Rohingyas: Inside Myanmar’s Hidden Genocide

27 October, 2017

Book review: Azeem Ibrahim should be commended for his prescience, while the wider world is damned for its indifference, writes James Snell.

Kirkuk has already exposed Trump's incoherent Iran strategy

24 October, 2017

Comment: In Kirkuk, the US has allowed Iranian proxy forces - recently designated a terrorist group - to openly attack an American ally, highlighting inconsistent US policy, writes James Snell.

Kirkuk has already exposed Trump's incoherent Iran strategy

17 October, 2017

Comment: In Kirkuk, the US has allowed Iranian proxy forces - recently designated a terrorist group - to openly attack an American ally, highlighting inconsistent US policy, writes James Snell.

Turkey's interests in Syria don't include Idlib's people

11 October, 2017

Comment: Turkish-supported rebel factions in Syria are unlikely to fight al-Qaeda's local franchise, as doing so could benefit the Assad regime, writes James Snell.

The Assad regime is exploiting reconstruction to gain legitimacy

02 October, 2017

Comment: The Assad regime's network of corrupt patronage must not be allowed to use the guise of reconstruction to gain legitimacy, writes James Snell.

James Snell
James Snell

James Snell is a writer whose work has appeared in numerous international publications including The Telegraph, Prospect, National Review, NOW News, Middle East Eye and History Today.

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